Liberals' planned voter ID changes 'incredibly concerning'


Concern over possible voter fraud continues in light of the Trudeau government's plans to weaken voter integrity measures that could make it easier for non-citizens to vote in the 2019 federal election. "Liberal election Bill C-76 will change the law so that voter registration cards are legal forms of voter ID once again," said Conservative Sen. Linda Frum on Twitter. Being able to vote with a simple Elections Canada card could allow countless non-citizens - including asylum seekers, illegal border crossers and those whose refugee applications have been rejected - to vote in the next election.